MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN June 2024 Update

Greetings Plenty of contentious matters to consider. MMHN has often castigated the governments over time for displaying persistent ‘amnesia’ and an absence of a ‘Vision’ on maritime infrastructure, maritime heritage assets, seafaring skills, shipbuilding, wharves,...
MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN May 2024 Update

  Greetings Another choc-a-block MMHN Update for you: MMHN enjoys celebrating nautical terms and it seems plenty are still in common usage! Who would have thought, the term ‘chock-a-block’ is a naval expression meaning ‘full’? It comes from the days of sail when...
MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN April 2024 Update

Greetings Plenty to report – perhaps more than we generally see reported on maritime matters in the mainstream media in print and radio. Eg. Station Pier, Docklands, Seafarers Rest Park, RAN …MMHN advocacy is having an impact! Contents 1. Economic uplift...
MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN March 2024 Update

Greetings Often the news we share through the MMHN Update is concerning, this is not surprising – these are most challenging times with many global hostilities, environmental threats and subtle shifts in influence around our oceans – in particularly Australian...
MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN February 2024 Update

Greetings We are commencing with a couple of ‘incident’ reports in Western Port Bay and in Port Phillip Bay. Both relate to an extent to the sub-optimal maritime infrastructure we have in Victoria. Contents 1. Submarine in Port Phillip Bay – now you see it, now you...
MMHN June 2024 Update

MMHN January 2024 Update

Greetings We hope that you enjoy this first MMHN Update for 2024! In these most challenging and precarious times, we are reminded that global maritime industry and global political conflict are inextricably enmeshed – and each depends on global maritime heritage. It...